Would be nice to have but less of a need in our case as users don't log in from public devices. If they don't have a laptop then at the very least they have a smartphone. But I can see a need for many companies that work differently.
177 votesHeather P responded
Thanks for the idea! Whilst not assigned to a release yet, we are seeing your comments and votes for this request.
Yes, this would be very useful but ONLY if combined with the ability to select the accounts you want to change and leave others as they are. Do NOT make it only a global function that applies to all users. Because many of us have devices (RAID cards, temp sensors, UPS's, etc.)that only send alerts, former employees with auto replies, etc.. that don't ever log in but only send mail. These devices don't need their passwords to change, especially since they are set to only send/receive local domain.
Also, some users are too technically challenged or VIP's that can't be bothered with this and Admin will take care of it.
I strongly agree. We just had a user password compromised and multiple IP's were being used to send mail from one account. The current option of messages per hour from one IP address is useless against this attack.
Now we have to spend time getting delisted when you can easily program this in to Kerio v9.2+.
This should be implemented right away. Thanks for listening....
I add my voice to this as well. Clients are not happy after upgrading to v9 and losing their mobile friendly access. They don't want to put the mail account on their phone. They only want to access mail through a website. Please add this back.